4. Downloadable Content
For everyone who doubts about buying DLC's, don't doubt; just buy it. All DLC's are enjoyable & you shouldn't have any problems with the challenges, as most of them aren't that hard. The DLC's give you a nice boost for your deck sales & your gamerscore & shouldn't take you longer than 2 hours to complete each DLC.
1 - Maloof Money Cup 2010 NYC
This DLC is pretty simple, besides the two Own The Lot challenges. After buying it, there will only be a Street contest available. Beat it to get your first achievement.
Win the Maloof NY Contest
Now, a new challenge unlocks. This will be a photo challenge. It's not that hard & after beating it another photo challenge will unlock. Beat this & get another achievement.
Complete both Maloof NY Photo Challenges
The real work will begin. The Own The Lot challenges are available & they require some skill. I suggest you start with the Tranny OTL. This contains 6 challenges with the hardest on 'Trick List'. Beat all 6 of them to get an achievement. After finishing the Tranny OTL, teleport to or sign up for the Street OTL-challenge. This one also contains 6 other challenges & the hardest is again the 'Trick List'. You'll need some skill to beat it, but afterwards another achievement should pop.
Complete the Maloof NY Street OTL
Complete the Maloof NY Tranny OTL
With those two out of the way, you only need to find two Own The Spot challenges. There is one in the street part of the park & one in the tranny part of the park. They are not that hard to find. After owning or killing them, another achievement will pop, which will be the end of this DLC.
Complete both Maloof NY OTS Challenges
2 - Danny Way's Hawaiian Dream
If you like big airs, welcome to heaven. If you don't like it, welcome to hell. In this skate paradise, your skills will be tested mostly in the Tranny section. After buying it, you have to take part in Danny Ways Demo. The first part is street, the second one Tranny. It's almost the same as a Jam, except you have to go for a certain score. Beat them both to unlock new challenges & an achievement.
After you have beat the two demo's, 4 new challenges unlock: 2 photo's & 2 video's. They aren't hard & after beating these, you should have 2 new achievements.
Complete the "Touch and Go" and "Gazebo Film" Challenges
Complete the "Jungle Step" and "Danny's Mega Gaps" Challenges
Next up: Own The Lot. In fact, 2 Own The Lot: 1 street & 1 tranny. The Tranny OTL isn't hard, so I suggest you start with this one. I didn't have any problems with any of the 5 assignments in my first playthrough, so you shouldn't have any problems either. If you do have any problems, just stay calm & try again. YouTube is an awesome guide to give you some extra hints.
Complete the Danny Way Tranny Path
After this one, the Street OTL. The "Laser Tag"-assignment (Tag The Spots) is pretty hard & can be glitchy from time to time. The only hint I can you is to pump your transitions. The "Big Kick"-assignment (Solo Shot) can be a little tricky for people who don't know where they are getting into. Do a 360 (or 540) flip trick & land in manual or a grind on the LEDGE, not the rail in the middle & you should pass it without any problems. Last, the tricklist isn't hard except for one thing: grinding the gazebo. Finish the other things as soon as possible & go to the gazebo (it's marked, don't worry). While trying it, don't do any slides! Just do a FS 50-50 or a BS 50-50. After beating the 6 assignments, another achievement is rewarded & the last challenge will be unlocked.
Complete the Danny Way Street Path
It's time to take on Danny Way. Not much to say about it. Take big airs, pump your transitions & keep your multiplier to x3 (where possible).
Beat Danny Way in the Final Contest
Last thing to do in this DLC to complete it, is owning two spots (which will be automatically discovered while doing other challenges). You just have to own it to get an achievement. Congrats, you completed the second DLC!
Complete both Danny Way OTS Challenges
3 - San Van Party Pack
The San Van Party Pack is a DLC which reminds a lot of players to skate. It's located at the Art Gallery & the town is a bit changed & they even added a nice Tranny park for the people. First of there will be two film challenges available. Beat them for achievements & new challenges.
Complete "The Art of Rail" Film Challenge
Complete "The Quintessential Stair" Film Challenge
After this, two photo challenges & a new video challenge should be unlocked, giving you the chance to get 3 more achievements. After beating these three, you should find the first Own The Spot & a new photo challenge.
Complete the "Twin Spires" OTS Challenge
Complete the "Gallery Gap Line" Film Challenge
Complete the "Over the Rainbow" Photo Challenge
Complete the "Modern Manual" Photo Challenge
Complete "The Corkscrew" Photo Challenge
The end of this DLC is in sight. Get ready for the hardest part, even if you play on Easy. The next challenge that will be unlocked will be the "Marraffa's Skatepak"-OTL with 8 assignments, pretty difficult even for a skilled player. Keep your multiplayer to x3 where possible, try not to lose time, pump your transitions & search for a perfect line to get your assignment done as soon as possible. After finally beaten the 8 assignments in the OTL, your reward will be huge: another achievement for 100G!
Complete the "Marraffa's Skatepark" OTL Challenge
Keep skating around in Marraffa's Tranny Park until you find the last OTS-challenge & beat it to complete this DLC. You, naturally, unlock another achievement.
Complete the "Bump Riser" OTS Challenge
4 - After Dark & Black Box Park
These challenges don't improve your gamerscore but they do increase you board sales if you still need it. The "After Dark"-DLC contains 1 video challenge, 1 photo challenge & 2 own the spot challenges.
The "Black Box Park"-DLC contains one OTL-challenge with 8 assignments & one pro-challenge, a 1UP versus Chris Cole.
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